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Look out for new artist Cris Cab
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Look out for new artist Cris Cab

If Bob Marley, John Mayer, Wiz Khalifa and Kanye West had a lovechild, what would be the result? The answer is Cris Cab, a Miami native, the new hip-hop/reggae influenced artist on Pharrell’s Star Trak label. Although Cab is only 19, he started writing songs at 15. He was recently discovered by Pharrell, famed rap…

Young crowd frustrates gallery owners
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Young crowd frustrates gallery owners

Do you like art with your booze? Apparently, after far too many free glasses of liquor, a few drunken spectators roamed into an art gallery during the Wynwood Art Walk and proceeded to touch, destroy and even climb on pieces of art worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. Many of the galleries used free booze…

Peter Bjorn and John’s latest album proves far too nostalgic
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Peter Bjorn and John’s latest album proves far too nostalgic

If the words “Peter Bjorn and John” were uttered, what often comes to mind is the hit single “Young Folks” from their 2007 album, Writer’s Block. Maybe the title still doesn’t ring a bell, but if it came on the radio, one would immediately recognize it from the catchy whistling hook that has been featured on…

Electric Pickle revives 1940s Chicago
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Electric Pickle revives 1940s Chicago

Electric Pickle Company’s newest room, the El Bolero Room, was inspired by post-war Chicago speakeasies and officers’ clubs.  Courtesy Electric Pickle The Wynwood Arts District is heating up with the Electric Pickle Company’s newest room, the El Bolero Room. Mark Alan Diaz of MAD Design Group collaborated with Electric Pickle owners William Renuart and Tomas Ceddia…

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NYE in the MIA

Whether you’re looking for a romantic meal on South Beach or a local dinner in Coral Gables; a chill night at the bar or a wild night out on the town, Miami has it all for you this year’s New Year’s Eve.

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Escaping your crazy roommate

In need of a escape? Looking for some fresh air far from the Hecht/Stanford tables? Check out these getaways, and your nightmare roommate will be cleared from your mind in no time.

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Director of “After.Life” hit it big while in second year of college

Polish film director and writer, Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo, boldly breaks into the world of film with her first feature, “After.Life,” shortly after finishing her undergraduate degree from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2004. Through perseverance and passion for her art, Wojtowicz-Vosloo has had the opportunities to feature her short film “Pâté” at the Sundance Festival and to make this feature film, starring acclaimed actors Liam Neeson, Christina Ricci and Justin Long.

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Matt Hires young, but no amateur

Though this young talent has only just begun the start of a long life in music, he is no amateur; being the first artist to sign with F-Stop Music (an imprint of Atlantic Records), opening for the likes of Eric Hutchinson, Paolo Nutini, and Serena Ryder, and collaborating with songstress Sara Bareilles on this album have been only a few of his greatest accomplishments.

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